The UW-Green Bay National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) cohort invites you to attend any of the following webinars. Each will be held the last Wednesday of every month from 3 to 4:30 p.m. CST and will be hosted in IS 1034 (Distance Ed Room), UW-Green Bay (Green Bay campus): -August 29, 2018 Kaleidoscope: […]
Representative John Macco released a statement thanking the State Building Commission for supporting the STEM Center at UW-Green Bay. See the statement at WisPolitics.com.
The State Building Commission of Wisconsin has approved $5 million in funds to the building of the STEM Innovation Center on UW-Green Bay campus. WBAY has the story.
Samuel Langenfeld attended Wisconsin Connections Academy for seven years and graduated in June. Based on his scholastic achievements and proven leadership skills, Langenfeld was awarded a scholarship by the Fox Valley Community Foundation, founded in 1952. This fall Langenfeld will attend UW-Green Bay to pursue a degree in Environmental Design. Congratulations! Read the full story […]
The rusty patched bumble bee population has declined dramatically over the years, but there’s an effort to turn the numbers around. Keith White Prairie is a place on UW-Green Bay campus, where bumble bees swarm flowers known as bee balm. There are around 20 bee species that are native to the state of Wisconsin, but […]
The State of Wisconsin Building Commission approved a proposal to release $5 million to help fund construction of the Brown County STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay campus. Read the press release.
Foxconn Technology Group encourages faculty, staff and students in Wisconsin’s universities to participate in its “Smart Cities – Smart Future” initiative. The state-wide competition enables talent across the state to make use of opportunities presented by Wisconsin’s technological innovation. The company is committing to $1 million in prize money over three years, which is aimed […]
Peter Gross, an incoming Sheboygan campus freshman and Oostburg High School alumnus, started working for Kohler during his senior year in high school helping create new materials from industrial waste. His apprenticeship with Kohler’s Kitchen Product Engineering Team gave him hands-on experience for his future career, as he plans to pursue an electrical or mechanical […]
Prof. emeritus Michael Kraft’s (Political Science, Sustainable Management) op-ed piece was released and will be printed in about 40 news outlets across the country in the next week or two. it is apt to receive early attention today because of the simultaneous proposal by the Trump administration to weaken fuel economy regulations. Read it here.
The June 2018 edition (page 114) of the Reader’s Digest featured a joke by a familiar name — emeritus faculty member Ron Steiglitz (Natural and Applied Science) under the category “Dad Jokes! You’ve been Warned!” He writes… My dad’s favorite joke is indelible: Joe is a new man on a construction crew. The first day […]